Educational differences in disability-free life expectancy: a comparative study of long-standing activity limitation in eight European countries
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KeywordsEurope; Educational differences; Disability-free life expectancy; Long-standing activity limitation; Sullivan's method; Census-linked mortality data; EU-SILC survey data;
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